The Official Writing Challenge
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Flippin' 'eck. How could anyone pack so much information into 750 words! I've learned more history in this short piece than I ever did at school - the difference being that your version was far more entertaining and reduced me to fits of giggles. Thanks for the chuckles, whoever you are...
This is amazing. I agree, how did you pack so much information into 750 words?

Great job.
Well I dont exactly know how to define this perspective on the subject...sort of a homophone perspective? What I do know is it is clever, creative, informative, witty and humorous all wrapped in one and I agree with Danielle and sure packed an incredible amount for the reader to take in and mull over in this complex and skillfully presented piece! Great job!
Verry punny. I'm groaning. And laughing. And loving your craftily written essay,
There really is only one person who could have written this ;) Funny, clever and informative in equal measure, this is brilliant! Very well done!
You sure to get a lot of information packed into your entry. I learned a lot about papyrus-interesting history. Your use of puns was fun to read.
Only you,Noel, could write that piece :-) I have never found a piece be so informative and , simultaneously, so entertaining! Bravo!
So you! : )

God bless~
Brilliant writing again from the Ballarat chaplain to the car sports enthusiasts - young men in red-utes!
Congratulations, Noel.

I thoroughly enjoyed your timely humor.
Noel, Ingenious writing. Your creativity knows no bounds. I was wondering if you could get papercuts from papyrus. Congratulations on your well-deserved honor.